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Trip in France and Italy

Even though Europe is filled with amazing tourist destinations, Italy and France seem to stand both above the others, with France being the most visited country in the world and Italy having the most UNESCO World Heritage sites. These beautiful countries are waiting for you!

Let’s start Your jouney in the sun-splashed coasts of the French Riviera, which attract tourists like flies to honey. Nicealso known as “Queen of the Riviera” is the largest city on the Côte d’Azur. You will be taken to see one of the most beautiful lookout of the city and take in the wonderful views of Angel and Villefranche bays. Drive along the famous boulevard, the Promenade des Anglaisbefore to reach the picturesque hilltop town of St. Paul de Vence, which is probably the most well known of the Côte d’Azur hill villages owing to its association with some of the world’s greatest artists. From a bastion above the ramparts You will enjoy spectacular view of the Maritime Alps and the Esterel mountains to the west of Cannes. Within the village walls You will find a multitude of art galleries, shops with regional crafts and charming homes on side streets with beautiful flowers abound.

 

A day trip from Eze allows You to explore the seaside resort of Cagnes-sur-Merand the old village perched on the hill behind, called Haut-de-Cagnes, standing as it does in the location of an earlier medieval settlement occupied in turn by both the greeks and the Romans. It is dominated by the Château Musée Grimaldi, which includes the olive museum and a jewellery museum. Then the route continues to the busy town of Antibes, whose main feature is a splendid old harbour with boats of every size and ‘yachties’ from all over the world. The old town is well worth exploring. You may go for a stroll along Juan-Les-Pins coastline, extending between Antibes and Cannes. Stop in Grasse,  which has been a perfume town ever since the 17th century, and today as the world’s perfume capital, its reputation speaks for itself.

 

The journey leads You towards Italypassing through Milanone of the world’s fashion capital and home to the Italian style. Take a leisurely walking tour of this cosmopolitan city, famous for its magnificent Gothic Duomo and celebrated La Scala Theatre opera house. Before heading towards Florence stop for shopping in one of the best known outlets of ItalyTHE MALL. It is a luxury centre created to offer customers products of excellence at extremely advantageous prices. You will explore the creative heart of the Renaissance in Florence and its “symbols”, such us: the Duomo with Brunelleschi’s Cathedral Dome, Ponte Vecchio with its renowned jewelers’ shops and Piazza della Signoria, that holds an open-air gallery of Renaissance statues. Enjoy Your stay at Castello del Nero, a luxury hotel nestled among the sloping hills of the Chianti wine region. This Tuscan retreat in a converted 12th-century castle is perfectly placed for visits to San Gimignano, a walled town located on a hilltop, renowned for its fascinating medieval architecture and tall towers, and Siena, where a trip is worth making to visit its spectacular Cathedral of the 12th century and its central piazza “Il Campo”, known worldwide for the famous Palio run here.

 

Those who love fashion will also enjoy an organized shopping day trip to the famous The Mall, a luxury outlet centre created to offer customers products of excellence at extremely advantageous prices. Explore the creative heart of the Renaissance in Florence but also its most prestigious boutiques, including those of designers who have found their home there.

Discover the magic of Southern Italy and see the beautiful Amalfi Coast. At first You will visit the most distinctive sights in Naples, then the scenic helicopter tour allows You to see the city running out of breath in front of the splendor view from an amazing perspective. The variety and beauty of the landscape is breathtaking, and the mild weather with gentle breezes are only some of the many attractions that draw visitors to Naples and the Amalfi Coast from around the world. Taking a tour in a helicopter is an unforgettable experience!

The rate includes

  • 4 overnights in dbl/twn room at Chateau Eza or at Chateau La Chevre D’or (only accommodation, breakfast and city tax 3,00 euro pp per night not included)
  • 1 overnight in dbl/twn room at Armani hotel (only accommodation, breakfast and city tax 6,00 euro pp per night not included)
  • 2 overnights in dbl/twn room at Castello Del Nero B&B (city tax 4,00 euro pp per night not included)
  • private minivan and English assistant 8 hrs Eze – Nice – Saint Paul de Vence –on 24/07/2016
  • private minivan and English assistant 8 hrs Eze – Haut de Cagnes sur Mer– Antibes – Grasse on 26/07/2016
  • transfer with private minivan Eze- Milan (no assistant)
  • English speaking guide 3 hrs in Milan
  • Private minivan and English assistant 10 hrs Milan- The Mall- Florence- Castello del Nero on 28/07/2016
  • English speaking guide 2 hrs in Florence
  • Private minivan and English assistant 10 hrs Milan- Castello del Nero San Gimignano- Siena on 29/07/2016
  • English speaking guide 2 hrs in Siena

The rate does not include

  • hotel city tax in all cities
  • meals
  • transfer from Nice airport to Eze
  • parking fee
  • all items not mentioned in the “price includes”
8 Days
7 Age
Even though Europe is filled with amazing tourist destinations, Italy and France seem to stand both above the others, with France being the most visited country in the world and Italy having the most UNESCO World Heritage sites. These beautiful countries are waiting for you!
Italian landscapes are the perfect place for your photos and any location offers the possibility to do enchanting clicks. If you love photography, if you want to learn new techniques and improve your photo knowledge and creativity, if you ask to visit wonderful places together with a professional photographer, your ideal choice is a photo tour!
This scenic helicopter tour provides not only tailor made flights by helicopter in Italy, but also a vast set of eno-gastronomy, sightseeing and luxury shopping experiences.
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Day 1: Paris - Nice

Arrival at Paris Airport and transfer on your own to Nice. Check in and overnight in Your 5* selected hotel in Nice.
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Day 2: Nice

After breakfast Nice city tour. You will be taken to see one of the most beautiful lookout of Nice and take in the wonderful views of Angel and Villefranche bays. Drive along the famous Promenade des Anglais, before to reach St. Paul de Vence. From a bastion above the ramparts You will enjoy spectacular view of the surrounding landscape. Stroll through the village walls. Return back to the hotel.

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Day 3: Eze

Buffet breakfast at the hotel. Time at disposal for relax in hotel or optional half day excursion.
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Day 4: Eze - Haut de Cagnes sur mer - Antibes - Grasse

After breakfast, full day trip to explore the seaside resort of Cagnes-sur-Mer, and the old medieval village of Haut-de-Cagnes. It is dominated by the the Château Musée Grimaldi, which includes the olive museum and a jewellery museum. Second stop is the busy town of Antibes. After lunch visit of Grasse. Return back to the hotel.
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Day 5: Eze - Milan

After breakfast head towards Italy, and stop in Milan, one of the world’s fashion capital and home to the Italian style. Take a leisurely walking tour of this cosmopolitan city. Check in and overnight in Your 5* selected hotel centrally located.
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Day 6: Milan - Florence

After breakfast transfer to Florence. Along the way stop for shopping in one of the best known outlets of Italy, THE MALL. In the afternoon You will explore the creative heart of the Renaissance in Florence and its “symbols”. Enjoy Your stay at Castello del Nero, a 5* luxury hotel nestled among the sloping hills of the Chianti wine region.

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Day 7: Castello del Nero - Siena - San Gimignano

After breakfast visit of San Gimignano, a walled town located on a hilltop, renowned for its fascinating medieval architecture and tall towers, and Siena, where a trip is worth making to visit its spectacular Cathedral of the 12th century And its central piazza “Il Campo”, known worldwide for the famous Palio run here. Back at the hotel and time to relax.
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Day 8: Departures

After breakfast, check out and departure.

Tour Location

Nice

walking tour of the so-called “Queen of the Riviera”. You will be taken to a high vantage point on the Middle road to see one of the most beautiful lookout of NICE and take in the wonderful views of Angel and Villefranche bays (one of the nicest bays in the world). Drive along the famous boulevard: The English Promenade .

Saint Paul de Vence

Visit of Saint Paul de Vence, a medieval hilltop village that attracts so many artists and actors. From a bastion above the ramparts, overlooking the village cemetery (where Chagall is buried), You will find a superb view of the Maritime Alps and the Esterel mountains to the west of Cannes. Within the village walls are a multitude of art galleries, shops with regional crafts and charming homes on side streets with beautiful flowers abound.

Haunt de Cagnes

Explore the seaside resort of Cagnes-sur-Mer, and the old village perched on the hill behind, called Haut-de-Cagnes. Dominated by the Chateau-Musee Grimaldi . Seduced by the intensity of the colours, Auguste Renoir found inspiration in Cagnes-sur-Mer that enlightened his last remaining years.

Antibes

No other city along the Côte d’Azur offers as much diverse and contrasting charms as Antibes Juan-Les-Pins. It contains all the colours of Provence whilst exuberating all the fun of the Côte d’Azur with its somptuous English parks and white beaches. It is a city of sailors and gardeners, of lovers of Mozart and Ray Charles, of art lovers, of the passionate of architecture and children amazed by a dolphin show. 

Grasse

The city of Grasse has been a popular tourist town for several centuries, with the smell of flowers and clear air. The altitude of the town, from 300-400 m, and the hills behind give Grasse a fresher climate than the beach during the heat of the summer. Many famous people spent their vacation in Grasse like: Princess Pauline Bonaparte, the Emperor’s sister, Napoleon.

Milan

Milan is the capital of Lombardy, the richest and most populated region in Italy. Ancient and modern at the same time is the undisputed world’s capital of fashion, design, commerce and finance. Milan has a vibrant cultural life: art exhibitions, theatre performances, music festivals and famous opera house La Scala Theatre. Guided walking tour including the main highlights of the city. You will see the well preserved Sforza Castle with its medieval and Renaissance style, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Duomo Square, the late 18th century Piazza della Scala with its famous Theatre and the Statue of Leonardo da Vinci.

The Mall

The Mall is the most famous shopping outlet in Tuscany and  is specialized in famous, fashion designer shops. Here, you can go shopping at Gucci, Ferragamo, Cavalli, Armani, Valentino and Tod’s for the Italian houses.

Castello del Nero

Castello del Nero resort  is a 5 star luxury hotel located in the Chianti area (41 km from Florence). Lovingly converted from a 12th century castle, the Castello del Nero is a sumptuous sanctuary which sits in its own 300 hectares estate of rolling hills, verdant vineyards and lush olive groves.  This luxury hotel in Chianti is perfectly placed for visits to the mesmerizing cities of Florence, Siena and Pisa, the best of Tuscany. 

San Gimignano

Visit of San Gimignano, a small and world famous walled town located on a hilltop, which remained intact through the centuries, renowned for its tall towers, wonderful frescoes and many other valuable works of art: here we will be led until the heart of the historical center, where to have free time at disposal for its fascinating discovery.

Siena

Visit of Siena and its historic center. You will walk along the narrow medieval streets of the city, flanked by splendid palaces and historic shops, until we reach the spectacular Cathedral of the 12th century, of which we can admire the magnificent architecture and the splendor of the polychrome marbles. The guided tour of Siena ends in its most beautiful square, Piazza del Campo.

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